Android O is on the way……

August 15, 2017 0 Comments;

The next version of Android, Android O, is in its developer preview phase and the last build is set to launch soon. Two dependable sources claim that the new Android version is going to be rolled out on August 21. While the tip claims that Google Pixel devices will get the Android O update on August 21, other compatible devices have to additionally get it on the same day, or soon after.


Android Police’s David Ruddock and tipster extraordinaire Evan Blass each claim that the Android O update will be launched on August 21. Blass claims that the Android O launch is scheduled for the week of August 21, “most probable on 21st itself”. Ruddock, on the other hand, hints that the Pixel units are scheduled to receive Android O on August 21, no longer clarifying whether or not the other compatible devices will receive it alongside. Ruddock additionally claims that the name of Android O will additionally be released on the same day as the upcoming solar eclipse i.e., August 21. If true, this means that the name reveal, and the launch of the last construct will show up on the same day.


The other Google gadgets that have been receiving the Android O developer preview releases consist of the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, and Pixel C. These devices will additionally get the Android O update; however, the scheduled launch date is nonetheless a mystery. As for the Android O name, a few predictions have been floating around.


For now, Android O is in developer preview 4 stage, the last build before the final build releases. It is a launch candidate build of Android O that developers can use to complete development and checking out of apps in time for the upcoming reliable release. It includes the final system behaviours, the today’s bug fixes and optimisations, and the final APIs (API level 26) that app makers can use to check their apps, so that they can be ready as soon as the stable Android 8.0 version drops.


If you have a compatible device, then you can register for the Android Beta Program here to use the preview version, and get the Android O stable version when it releases. Alternatively, you can side load OTA files, or manually flash gadget images as well. Remember, putting in a system image on a gadget removes all records from the device, so you ought to return up your records first. Also, you may not receive the last Android O build except you are enrolled in the Android Beta Program.


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